Mediator Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Spells Out Three Options For Ayodhya Ram Mandir At 'Sant Sammelan'

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As 3500 Seers are holding 'Mandir Sammelan' in Talkatora stadium in New Delhi seeking an ordinance to be brought as soon as possible on the construction of Ram Mandir, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar addressed the meeting and said that 'we have three options' to resolve the Ayodhya Dispute'.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

As 3500 Seers are holding 'Mandir Sammelan' in Talkatora stadium in New Delhi seeking an ordinance to be brought as soon as possible on the construction of Ram Mandir, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar addressed the meeting and said that 'we have three options' to resolve the Ayodhya Dispute'. He said:

  1. First is talk and make any consensus
  2. Second is the Supreme Court
  3. The third is the government should do anything on the issue

Earlier in the day, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar addressed the media and said: 

"It's the wish of the country, lakhs of people want something that's why we need to find a way, let me just discuss it first".

Meanwhile, the onus is being put on the BJP government-led Centre to come up with a quick resolution for Lord Ram's temple to be built in Ayodhya in the wake of Supreme Court's recent order on this matter in October. 

Read: Lakhs Of People Want something That's Why We Need To Find A Way: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar At 'Mandir Sammelan' On Ram Mandir

Earlier on Saturday, after the meeting, a number of individuals spoke in favor of bringing an ordinance to settle the matter. Vishwa Hindu Parishad's acting president Alok Kumar urged the Centre to construct a law on the floor of the house for the construction of the temple. He said:

"We have requested the central govt to make law and constructed the Ram Mandir as soon as possible. SC will not be overruled. but it is in the hands of parliaments to bring an ordinance. so it is advisable to pass the ordinance. If not then the sant community will acknowledge the further course of action."

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